The Sora Moon Calendar is a 2024 daily tear-off calendar that celebrates our planet's celestial gal pal. Each day features the corresponding moon phase of the day, along with a zodiac-themed doodle and quotes about the night sky, constellations, or notable astronomical events (like the first day a Japanese astronaut landed on the moon). You can also find out more about the constellation by using your phone to scan the QR code printed on the right hand corner of each sheet.
This calendar is made from Japanese traditional Junpakushi paper, which is a light and almost translucent paper reminiscent of bible paper (and reminds us of moonlight!). A perfect present for those with an interest in astronomy, journaling, or just contemplating the mysteries of the universe. Mount it on the wall or use it as a desk calendar all year long.
Runs January 2024—December 2024
Measures 8" x 5"
Made in Japan*
*Please note, this calendar is made for the Japanese market and does not include US holidays or others outside of Japan. We still find it beautiful and useful.